While some applicants (and test prep companies) seem to be a bit spooked by the coming launch of the GMAT’s new Integrated Reasoning section in June, we couldn’t be more excited about this development. Not only do we think it makes the GMAT more effective as a test of one’s reasoning skills, but we also think it represents the future of the exam. We love it.
If you’re already planning on taking the GMAT before June, then don’t change a thing. Stick with your plan, and know that your score will still be valid for five years, just like before. However, if you’re only starting your GMAT prep now, then your preparation schedule may very well put you on track to be among the first people to take the Next Generation GMAT in June or later. If that sounds like you, don’t fear Integrated Reasoning… Embrace it! We’ll show you how in a free live online seminar, which will run this evening from 6 to 7 PM Pacific (9 to 10 PM Eastern).
Join Veritas Prep’s Director of Academic Programs, Brian Galvin, as he discusses strategies that will help you succeed on the GMAT’s new Integrated Reasoning section. Brian will show you how to employ Veritas Prep strategies such as Relative Math and Sort-and-Scan to solve even the trickiest Integrated Reasoning questions.
Among the topics Brian will cover tonight:
- Prioritizing information to minimize time spent on data-driven problems
- Utilizing Relative Math to avoid calculations and efficiently arrive at solutions
- Navigating the GMAT’s sortable charts to make for quick decisions
- Emphasizing logic and leveraging question stems
- Reading and analyzing common IR graphic types